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Whuttevvah 8

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Uploaded
Jun 12, 2008 | 3:28 PM EDT

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Here comes Whuttevvah season 2:
Moar Randomness!

Music used is 'Superman' by Goldfinger.

***NOTE***
Please keep in mind that these are made for entertainment for those who will be entertained by it.
If you do not feel entertained, please refrain from yelling and shouting and voting low just because you think differently than me.

Thanking you kindly,
-Glun

Reviews


socks85socks85

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This is good

Too bad there are less morphs than in the other ones


Glunnator responds:

Actually, this is my personal favourite. But yes, I think I should have some morphing in the next one, too... I'll take note of it, thank you :)


st91st91

Rated 5 / 5 stars

greatgreatgreatgreat etc.

AHHHHH! LOVE IT! I know to some people a couple parts can seem cheesy but they are cheesy in a good way!!!! awesome job i can see you put alot of effort into this series.


Glunnator responds:

Mmm, cheese.
I thank you for the review!


22GrandJob22GrandJob

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Interesting from the former comrade

Hehe
I love the kirby bit still!
superman was good!
I liked the gun shots. Quite detailed and interesting.
Funky tune, reminds me of reel big fish :P. Maybe it is :o

Please grow the hair back Glunnpie.....
I miss it....


Glunnator responds:

Hey Grand! =D
Still got the hair, don't worry.
And thanks for the review <3


dilandossdilandoss

Rated 5 / 5 stars

a lot of creativeness

really creative, i like the end :p


Glunnator responds:

Thanks. I like it too! :D


OxleyOxley

Rated 5 / 5 stars

omg

nice, that was awesome, i have two questions for you, was that done on macromedia flash 8 and if so how do u do blurs on it, i dont no how to i need to for my flashes, thanks if ya reply


Glunnator responds:

Thanks for the review! ^-^
Well, I made it in Adobe Flash CS3.
The blur thing is found in the 'properties' window under the tab 'Filters'.
They are only applicable to movie clips and text.

I'm not sure if they had that in macromedia flash 8 yet, though...